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    Default OBDii - what data is on the bus by default?

    Don't have a OBD scanner / sniffer yet, so don't have any practical experience. Yet.
    I know PIDs can be sent to the CAN to request certain data for diagnostic purposes, but what data is spewed out on the CAN by default? I presume CAN is the most 'universal' protocol on OBDii for cars in Australia?



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    It looks like 2,6,7,10,14,15 are the only "common" things, are they useful?
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    The pinout is no problem, it is more what data is spat out of the interface without any prompting / interrogation that I'm wondering about. Ah well, I just bought a cheap OBDii to USB interface, I'll wireshark the interface and see what happens once it arrives. I also wonder if the USB interface is a hi-Z type, that I can connect in parallel to another OBD device to see what data the device is requesting, and what responses its getting?

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